Trump deleted his mind-bogglingly awful tweet supporting Kim Jong Un, but the internet always remembers.— Grant Stern (@grantstern) May 26, 2019
RIP: Joe Bidan. We hardly knew ya.https://t.co/j5X8dZRAFy pic.twitter.com/i0VMtyMbnk
Axios:I have been against Joe Biden since at least the mid-’80s. Any conservative would be. But North Korea is a monstrous, murderous state. A perfect Communist tyranny. To join Kim Jong-un in cackling at Biden is abhorrent. No real American leader would do it.— Jay Nordlinger (@jaynordlinger) May 26, 2019
Speaking from Tokyo in her first "Meet the Press" interview ever, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told NBC's Chuck Todd that President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un "agree in their assessment" of former Vice President Joe Biden, who Trump called a "low IQ individual" in a tweet Monday evening.TODD: "Can you explain why Americans should not be concerned that the president of United States is essentially siding with a murderous authoritarian dictator over a former vice president in the United States?”
SANDERS: "Chuck, the president's not siding with that. But I think they agree in their assessment of former Vice President Joe Biden. Again, the president's focus in this process is the relationship he has and making sure we continue on the path towards denuclearization. ... The president watched [Biden] and his administration with President Obama fail for eight years. He's come in in two and a half, he's cleaned up a lot of the messes that were left behind. We shouldn't even be in the position that we're in to have to deal with North Korea at the level we are if they had done their job in the first place."Why it matters: This is not the first time that Trump has taken the word of a foreign authoritarian over Americans that he deems his political enemies. As Axios has previously reported, Biden has been in Trump's head for months. His advisers take the former vice president very seriously and see him as Trump's biggest threat to re-election — and have been surprised to see him dominating early in a primary that was expected to be steered by left-wing activists.